Platyhelminthes Trematoda

Platyhelminthes Trematoda

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Caption: Furcocercaria represents one of the most common larval types of the trematode. There are two known strategies in host infection by furcocercariae: peroral ingestion and skin penetration. In the latter and predominating case, the free-swimming larvae can actively penetrate either a definitive (vertebrate) or a second intermediate host (invertebrate or vertebrate).

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Keywords: animal, bifurcated tail, flatworm, fluke, fluke larva, fluke larvae, fluke larval stage, furcocercaria, infection, invertebrate, invertebrates, larva, larvae, larval, larval stage, nature, peroral ingestion, phylum platyhelminthes, platyhelminthes, platyhelminthes trematoda, trematoda, trematode, trematode larva, wildlife, zoology

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